Date: Tuesday, September 13, 2022
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
While cybersecurity seems to get most of the focus when it comes to security of data centers, physical security remains a critical consideration for data center operators. In 2021, one of AWS' data centers was the subject of a credible bomb threat plot. And in general, physical threat activity has dramatically increased since the beginning of 2020, with political unrest and economic inequality cited as factors.
In this editorial webcast, we’ll hear from Steven Hill, independent analyst and Data Center Knowledge contributor, about the most important decision points around physical security.
In addition, learn more about:
- The best practices for physical security design
- How emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence are enhancing those efforts
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Steven Hill is an independent analyst, writer and speaker that has been covering new and emerging technologies in data center infrastructure for nearly twenty years. In the past he has served as a Senior Analyst at 451 Research covering Applied Infrastructure and Storage Technologies, prior to that as a Senior Analyst of Data Center Solutions at Current Analysis and as the Editor for Storage and Servers at Network Computing Magazine.
Account Executive, Enterprise Solutions
As an Account Executive, David is responsible for channel management and commercial strategy implementation for Enterprise Solutions in the US Mid-Atlantic area. Prior to joining Genetec in 2018, David spent more than 27 years in the physical security industry in a variety of roles as an end user, systems integrator, and manufacturer representative.